Rapper Chris Brown is being sued over a private San Jose, California, concert earlier this year where a shooting broke out and five people were injured.
Paul Briley has filed a lawsuit against Chris, 26, claiming that he failed to provide sufficient security and that he is now permanently injured as a result, reports TheWrap.com.
In Mr Briley's claim, he states that since Chris Brown had multiple violent incidents at shows before that San Jose concert, he should have had more security that night.
Last August, he hosted a pre-VMA party where four people were shot, including Death Row Records founder Suge Knight. More recently, Chris attended a party in Houston where two people were shot, but he was not present at the time of the shooting. (Also Read: Chris Brown's Performance at Nightclub Interrupted by Gunshots)
The January 11 shooting at San Jose's Fiesta Nightclub, resulted in a 60-day suspension of the club's liquor license.